My degree exhibition piece. All the hard work and dedication has been well worth it. Come and see my work at the grand theatre Swansea 28th -31st may.
Surface Pattern Design Exhibition at The Grand Theatre Swansea. Come and have a look at the excellent work on display by the class of 2013. Open to the public 28th - 31st May.
Today it was time to hem my napkins, picnic blanket and my collection of samples. I’m so pleased with what I have produced so far. Hopefully my exhibition will do my hard work justice.
There is just over a week to go before I have to set up my degree exhibition ‘Spectrum’. Im busy sorting out all the pieces which will be part of my exhibit. This is a sneak peak of what’s to come. The degree exhibition promises to showcase a exciting array of work by designer makers, contemporary applied artists, and designes for fashion and interiors. Public viewing of the Surface Pattern Design 2013 exhibition ‘Spectrum’ is open at The Grand Theatre Swansea 28th - 31st of May.
My digital print samples cut and labeled ready to be put into my press packs to be sent out to different companies and galleries.
The last few weeks I have spent printing samples on the digital printer to check the colours for my final napkin collections and for the several napkin samples which will be shown as part of my exhibition. The images above show napkin collections 1 & 2. They include underwater imagery for my sketchbook layered on top of my salt works.
Getting ready for my degree show, its all starting to come together now. I’m making a picnic set inspired by the theme ‘underwater’.
1 picnic blanket
And a collections of samples.
Current Photoshop patterns I’m working on from the jellyfish drawings I did in the National Museum Cardiff.
These are a selection of my drawings from today’s trip to the National Museum Cardiff. Corals, underwater texture and sea creatures.